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Self-catering accommodation in Fuerteventura
Choose from many villas in Fuerteventura with just one click. Only here at Hundredrooms do you have over 100 websites in one, with all holiday rentals classified by price. Compare them quickly and easily and you are sure to find the cheapest apartments on the island. There is no longer any need to search separately - you can now book your Fuerteventura accommodation right here. With us, not only do you save time and money, but you also get far more variety. You can stay in wherever you think will suit you best on the island of Majorera, whether that be in Corralejo, El Cotillo, Jandia or Puerto del Rosario which is the island’s capital. You have thousands of holiday apartments in Fuerteventura to choose from, as this is an island that is fully prepared to welcome its many visitors throughout the year. It is a great choice in destination throughout the year and has an enviable climate and a natural environment of incomparable value. The Betancuria Natural Park, Jandia Natural Park and the Natural Monument of the Knives of Vigán are largely where you can find such outstanding natural beauty alongside its impressive beaches such as Cofete, Sotavento or La Concha. Spending a holiday in the Canary Islands has never been so simple - don’t wait any longer and take this opportunity to figure out exactly where you want to stay. We can help you save money, as the parts we have highlighted will always be the lowest possible so you are seeing the best Fuerteventura villas with a private pool. The only thing you need to decide is where exactly you would like to stay and what you want to do when you arrive! You have to try for example the famous Canarian potatoes with the mojo picón sauce. This is a unique island that is just waiting to be explored.
Best places to stay in Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura is probably the most unique of the Canarian archipelago - not only is it the most extensive, but it is also geologically the oldest of all of them. It is closest to the African continent, and despite having experienced numerous volcanic eruptions that have led it to be one of the most arid islands of the group, it is also the flattest due to the strong erosion it has endured over the years. This can be found in volcanic areas such as the Malpaís de la Arena and the Malpaís Grande y Chico; on mountains such as Tindaya Mountain or the Pico de la Zarza, or flat areas such as the Saladar de Jandia or the Corralejo dunes. Many of them are natural spaces with a high environmental value that are well protected making a total of 13 by the Canary Network of Protected Natural Spaces, and as a result the island was declared a biosphere reserve in its entirety. While the whole island has much to offer, the beaches have undoubtedly played a role into its process of becoming an important destination for many visitors upon their stay in one of the nicest Fuerteventura rentals. Thanks to its popularity, Fuerteventura popularity has increased in recent years and is already one of the most sought after destinations during the summer. For this reason it has a whole wealth of self catering in Fuerteventura throughout the island. You can stay in the area that you think is most suitable for your stay, and we can help you choose where!
- Caleta de Fuste: This beach is very close to Fuerteventura Airport and also to Puerto del Rosario, capital of the island. It is an important tourist centre and is one of the safest beaches on the island - as it is protected from wind and waves it is usually frequented by families. Nearby is the Caleta de Fuste Castle. This is an area of a lot of leisure activity both day and night. In addition, its strategic location in the centre of Fuerteventura makes it a good option to find many holiday lettings in Fuerteventura and discover both the north and the south.
- El Cotillo: Located northwest of the island, this is a small fishing village that is home to some of the best sights of the island despite its small size. High quality beaches such as La Concha beach, Los Lagos or Los Charcos can be found here, alongside the beautiful sunsets of Fuerteventura. All of this is accompanied by a seafaring tradition that is still very much alive today. Without a doubt, this is the quietest option you can find for holiday villas in Fuerteventura with a private pool.
- Corralejo: Another popular area of Major Eros is in the north of the island in front of the Island of Wolves. In addition to a variety of holiday apartments and luxury villas in Fuerteventura, along with all the necessary services, it has the largest dunes in the archipelago in the Corralejo Natural Park. In its waters are the best waves of the Majorera coast, and is an important destination for surfers from around the world.
- Costa Calma: Next to the isthmus of La Pared that divided the island over two centuries ago, this town occupies the east face of the Majorera coast. Next to it is are some of the most famous beaches of Jandía and Sotavento. Many sports are practised here such as windsurfing and kitesurfing, and it has hence become the headquarters of the World Championship of both disciplines year after year. In addition, a few miles from it is the famous Oasis Park of Fuerteventura.
- Morro Jable: In the south of the island, you will find one of the largest availabilities of Fuerteventura holiday apartments. It is in the Jandía Peninsula and its main attraction is the Matorral beach, next to the Saladar de Jandía; one of the areas of greater natural value of Fuerteventura. In addition, it combines a beautiful promenade and a charming old town with great nightlife in its bars and pubs. This is a good spot for cheap accommodation in Fuerteventura due to the volume that is available.
When to visit Fuerteventura
The Canaries are often equated with paradise, and Fuerteventura is a perfect example which you will love in one of the best privately owned villas to enjoy it from. This is a beautiful island that only multiplies in splendour during the summer months. It has a high season in the month of August when prices multiply 10 fold. Fuerteventura has a wide range of spectacular and extensive beaches, such as the Cofete and Sotavento which occupy a large area of the Majorera coast. The latter also stands out as an important spot for windsurfers and kitesurfers. The most popular place to enjoy these sports however is in the north, where the waves are certified as World Class. The Isla de Lobos beach, Moro beach and the Acid Drop area have some of the best waves. You can make the most of both land and sea here, alongside its neighbours of Majorca in the Balearic archipelago. A much better price alternative is to explore the island outside of the summer months, as the weather conditions are nothing short of great even during the winter. There are many places which you can explore alongside its beaches, such as the Jandia Peninsula and the Isla de Lobos, the Cuchillos de Vigán, the Betancuria Rural Park, and the volcanic area of the Malpaís de la Arena. Spring and autumn are probably the best times to visit since temperatures are very pleasant. In winter occupancy of self catering apartments in Fuerteventura is quite low, and you can find an apartment up to 900% cheaper. For this reason, it is a good idea to visit during the Canarian festivals of Fuerteventura as an alternative.
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What to do in Fuerteventura
This is an island of much natural beauty and much leisure to be enjoyed. We have gathered some information on the most important that are reachable from your villa in Fuerteventura:
- Isla de Lobos: Separated from Fuerteventura by the Strait of Bocaina, this is a small island that makes up the Islote de Lobos Natural Park. It is northeast of the island of Majorera and its name comes from the large number of sea lions, or monk seals, that inhabited its waters. It stands out for its beautiful beaches and also offers a perfect landscape for hiking.
- Cueva del Llano: This is one of the oldest volcanic areas in the Canary Islands, dating back over 1 million years! Formed after the eruption of the Montaña Escanfraga volcano, it exceeds 600 m in height; although only the first 400m can be visited. You can reach it from the town of Villaverde, in the north of the island.
- Sacred Mountain of Tindaya: Also to the north of Fuerteventura, this is one of the most emblematic places of the island. It begins in Llano de Esquinzo and reaches up to 400 m in height. Besides the natural value, it has an important patrimonial interest due to over 300 rock engravings which was the work of the first majo aborigines, who considered it to be a sacred site.
- Calderón Hondo: This is an important volcanic area dates back over 50,000 years. It is formed by several volcanoes, one of which has a 70m deep crater. From this summit you get a great view of the Majorero horizon, formed largely as a result of former crater activity. This is an excellent option if you like hiking.
- Malpaís de la Arena: This volcano has two craters at the top above 400m. Occupying a total area of 900 hectares, the flora and fauna of the area is so precious that that it is protected under the category as a Natural Monument.
- Jandía Peninsula: This is one of the three great peninsulas of the Canary Islands, to the south of Fuerteventura. Given the remoteness of the volcanic centres of the north and the center of the island, they did not merge with the one of Jandía. The result is that you have the Isthmus of the Wall, a flat and sandy space that unites them, with a different mineral composition.
- Pico de la Zarza: This is found in the Jandía Natural Park and is the highest altitude of Fuerteventura. Like the previous one, it offers a perfect terrain for hiking, passing by the Saladar de Jandía and reaching around 800m in height.
- Isthmus Natural Park: This is found between the volcanic zone of Jandia and the rest of the island. It has this name due to the former wall that divided it in two, a wall which is an important archaeological site dating back to the 15th century.
- Corralejo Natural Park: Here you will find the most extensive collection of sand dunes across the Canaries, which were formed naturally. It leaves a spectacular view across the horizon.
- Betancuria Rural Park: On the opposite side to the west of the island, this rural park encompasses the entire Betancuria Massif. Besides the beauty of the area, it has important scientific value as the Basal Complex of the islands. It also conserves large deposits with high historical value in what is known as the Ajuy Natural Monument. Mirador Sicambre: Located in Pajara next to the Cardón Mountain, this wsa the first astronomical viewpoint of the island. It was declared as a Starlight Reserve due to its low light pollution. It is equipped with telescope supports for public use, as well as guides for how to see the constellations.
- Sotavento Beach: This is the most recognisable beach on the island. This virgin beach is generally nudist and is divided into some well-differentiated parts. On the one hand, La Barca and Risco del Paso are very popular in the world of windsurfing and kitesurfing; while Mirador, Malnombre and Los Canarios are for the general public. You can certainly find some self catering apartments in Fuerteventura that are a short drive from this beach.
- Cofete Beach: On the opposite side of the Jandía Peninsula, this beach combines perfectly with the natural environment of the mountain that surrounds it. It is even more extensive than the previous one and is usually lashed by strong currents, so it is important to swim carefully.
- Playa del Matorral: Also known as Playa de la Solana or del Saladar, is located in the same penísula as the previous one, in the municipality of Morro Jable. The added value of this beach is the presence of the Jandia salt marsh, once again with a beautiful natural landscape. It has a Blue Flag and is very popular with surfers.
- Oasis Park Fuerteventura: This is an extensive zoo and botanical garden which makes it the largest of the Canaries and one of the largest in Europe. It has over 6,800 species, among which stand out the dromedary or the meerkat.
- Winter House: In the foothills of the Jandía mountain range, is a house designed by Gustav Winter in 1946. It is the protagonist of many majorera legends, some of them related to the Second World War as a supply base or refuge for German dignitaries after the conflict .
- Casa de los Coroneles: Located in La Oliva, in the north of the island, this is an old 17th century mansion. It was used as the official residence of the coronelato, military and civil power that governed the island under the rule of lordship. With a traditional style, it is an Asset of Cultural Interest and Historical Heritage of Spain.